Monthly Archives: November 2012

Should the GOP break the anti-tax pledge?

By Ken Feltman   Writing about people I know is never easy and, in effect, that is what Politico is asking when they ask me to write about whether Republicans should break their anti-tax pledge. Grover Norquist has had an enormous impact … Continue reading

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Are Republicans missing too many Sister Souljah moments?

By Ken Feltman One of the surreal moments of this campaign came when I was staffing the desk at my congressional district’s nominating convention. An announcement on the public address system warned that delegates needed to claim their credentials and … Continue reading

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